Rose is driving solo on episode 7 of the Ukulele Highway Podcast. Just a good old fashioned chin wag. M.U.F. wrap up, other Ukulele adventures Rose has been on and plenty of music!
Look, up in the sky! Is it a sci-fi hamster? Is it a space flea? No, it’s Melbourne Ukulele Festival! Join Dean Denham festival director and Rose as they dissect the festival and inspect its innards. Everything you need to know about the Festival. Have your program at the ready so you can plan the weekend!
This month on Ukulele Highway our conversation about songwriting continues with singer/songwriter/ukulele player Chrissy.
In this episode, you’ll discover a simple way to group chords that work together, get more ideas about approaches to songwriting and consider how to take inspiration from performers we admire.
If you’ve ever wondered how to write a song this episode is for you! We hear from the multi-talented David Megarrity. In the ukulele world you know him as a member of Tyrone & Lesley. David shares useful tips and insights on the songwriting process. His wisdom will inspire you to start writing!
The Deni Uke Muster. An epic weekend calls for an epic podcast!
I talk with some of the organisers of the Festival to get some inside info on organsing a Ukulele festival.
There is music from Thin White Ukes, AJ Leonard and Jenny Rowland, Bob Haanstra, Leanne Murphy, The Shimmer Twins, and The Wild Women of Anywhere Beach.
Hear what is was like to be in some of the workshops that were on offer.
How did the Deni uke muster get started? How can you be a wiggle? What is the Custard strum? Get the answers to these burning questions and so much more in this episode of Ukulele Highway!
I wanted to learn an instrument and sing. Once upon a time I bought myself a guitar. I hid out practising and learnt lots of bad playing habits. Discouraged and riddled with self-doubt, it went under under the bed.
But I never lost the desire to play an instrument and to sing, even as the years passed. Just wasn’t sure I could.
On the road to learning podcasting we are encouraged to think about our favourite podcasts and what we enjoy about them. Here are my favourite four ukulele podcasts….
I’ve set off on this journey and have a long road ahead. I’m full of hopes and dreams about the future of this podcast.